It was our first experience of living in Bruges, Belgium, and our first night photo session with tripod.
Later, while checking our photograps, we found that some photos turned out to be paired: day and night.
An illumination of the buildings switched off after this shot. As if somebody on Heaven decided, “Enough! Sleep!” and turned off electricity. He left only night-light, the moon.
Channels and swans. People call Bruges “North Venice.” Maybe, but there are less channels here and all the town is well-kept, whitewashed and cleaned in contrast to littered decaying and falling apart Venice.
This is one of the most beautiful streets-channels of Bruges.
A very nice square with Basilica of the Holy Blood. Here, you can meet little squares at every step.
We thank this was a church. No, it was a restaurant. 🙂
This is a modern building, but it looks like it is about 300 years old.